Chris Tran


Chris graduated with a Masters in Architecture from the University of New South Wales in 2012, joining the practice following a COX Architecture Scholarship. Since then, he has worked across a broad range of projects spanning master planning, commercial, residential, and large-scale exhibition & public works.

Chris is actively involved and experienced in all stages of design from concept to completion. Notably, he has worked on the Shore Physical Education Centre (SPEC), Taronga Wildlife Retreat, the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Master Plan, and Ausgrid Infrastructure Management Facility. He is experienced in sports and leisure projects, working extensively on community and club facilities across Australia.

Not only a passionate Associate of COX, Chris is also actively involved in public art and architecture projects across Sydney, including light installations for Sydney Vivid Light Festival and temporary pavilions made from recycled materials for Custom House (CH4).

Chris is a founding member of the emerging professionals (EPCOX) committee at COX. He is a former member of the Australian Institute of Architects Emerging Architects and Graduates Committee and a keen advocate of inter-disciplinary collaboration and site-developed learning amongst emerging professionals.